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Why Choose Us?

Debt recovery is an important part of running a business as it can seriously affect your cashflow when customers and clients refuse to pay. Recovering business debts can be time consuming and costly so having someone you can rely on to arrange your business debt recovery quickly and easily is a vital consideration.

There is a commitment to quality and efficiency in all our business debt collection services and we aim to be the most cost-effective and reliable in the marketplace. We have completely transparent costs and fees, we don't charge for setting up an account and we don't charge commission or take a percentage of what we recover. Around 90% of the time no legal action is taken and you can get paid what you are owed for a mere £3.00 (plus VAT). We're not like most other debt collection solicitors; you are sure to be impressed with the value we offer and with everything listed clearly you won't get any nasty surprises.

We are extremely proud of the reputation we have earned as the leading independent commercial debt recovery solicitors in the UK. We handle our cases in a professional and civil manner so important business relationships are given opportunity to remain intact. We can boast thousands of active clients from all industry sectors comprising of companies of various sizes from corporate enterprises to sole traders with a wide range of debt values and we have expertise across a broad range of debt recovery services.

You can open an account today with no obligation, and make the first step to recovering the money your business is owed. With our experienced team of debt recovery solicitors working for a swift resolution, you'll find the whole process simple and straightforward.

Thomas Higgins Limited

Registered Office
Lloyds Chambers
19-21 Seaview Road
Wallasey
CH45 4TH





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